Visit for the day or stay a lifetime…the choice is yours to make.
There is \”gold in them thar hills!\” You will find out that the first major U.S. gold rush just happened to take place around the Dahlonega area in 1828 some twenty years before California.
Dahlonega\’s commercial district, including the public square, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Major wineries have discovered the rich, fertile hillsides of Lumpkin County with others scheduled to open up operation in the future. The creative spirit soars, Dahlonega has evolved into a center for the performing and visual arts in the North Georgia mountains. Recreational activities are available year round including the southern terminus of the Appalachian Trail on Springer Mountain.
Please browse dahlonega.org. You will soon realize that so much is offered for each individual visitor to see and do. From Lake Lanier to the green carpeted North Georgia Mountains…We invite you to \”experience\” golden Dahlonega! Click here to visit the website